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While landmines in general are pretty awful, the PFM-1 "butterfly" mine is particularly nasty. Because of its small size and mainly plastic construction, the butterfly-shaped device is notoriously difficult to find using metal detectors or other common methods. Now, however, it turns out that drones can be used to locate the things... Continue Reading Infrared-packin' drones used to hunt b
designboom takes a look at the weapons used in battle between teams at this summer's world cup, as well as past tournaments. The post the world cup: design, technology and innovation through football boots appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Chameleons are able to change color via a layer of skin cells known as iridophores, which contain nanocrystals. As the lizards stretch or relax their skin, the spacing between those crystals changes, altering the manner in which they reflect light. Now, scientists have designed a color-changing nanolaser that works the same way... Continue Reading Nanolaser changes color, just like a chame
located in taipei, the office features very high second-level multifunctional space meant for both working and resting. The post yuan architects’ multifunctional coworking features white panels to shape the space appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Educational games company TinyTap has raised $5 million in funding to go toward providing accessible learning for children through its games. ...
NVIDIA researchers have developed a new method to extrapolate 240fps slow-motion video from 30fps content using artificial intelligence.Detailed in a paper submitted to the Cornell University Library, NVIDIA researchers trained the system by processing more than 11,000 videos through NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs and a cuDNN-accelerated PyTorch deep learning framework. This archive of videos, shot at 24
Instagram has moved into a workspace in New York City by Frank Gehry's architecture firm, where employees and visitors can make use of a soundproof media studio and snap photos with various backdrops. Read more
While there are already portable keyboards that can be rolled up, we know how it is … sometimes you just want to crumple the thing up and jam it in your pocket. Well, new technology developed by South Korean scientists will allow you to do just that – plus the keyboards should be cheap, too... Continue Reading Ultra-flexible keyboard can be crumpled like paper Category: Science Ta
inspired by the korea pavilion for the 1970 expo in osaka, 'building states' is a project by hyun seok kang and gunho kim. The post SGHS’ ghost-like structures at the venice biennale are models of ‘undefined architecture’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Skylum Software has updated their popular HDR-editing software, Aurora HDR 2018, to version 1.2. The latest update promises dramatically increased performance. On MacOS, Aurora HDR 2018 promises to be up to twice as fast as the previous version. For Windows users, the results are even more dramatic, offering up to four times faster performance. Further, the software is now compatible with the bra

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